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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishundilutedun‧di‧lut‧ed /ˌʌndaɪˈluːtɪd◂/ adjective  1 PURE literary an undiluted feeling is very strong and not mixed with any other feelings undiluted joy2 an undiluted liquid has not been made weaker by adding water undiluted fruit juice
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undilutedundiluted hateTobie, who regarded the Patriarch with undiluted horror, felt thankful.However, many ordinary men and women came to find this undiluted predestinarian Calvinism uncongenial and repressive.It is folly to regard television as a medium of undiluted rubbish.Sometimes you have a feeling of pure, undiluted terror.Wine was carefully mixed with water, because drinking undiluted wine was considered barbaric.This substance, left unchecked or undiluted would kill your fish.
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